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Yes, that disturbance you felt in the force was true … I bought a Mac. A 27-inch iMac to be precise.
This is something I have wanted to do for years, but I never really had a “need” for such a system, it was always just a “want”. With the amount of media I’m producing now, and with a lot more to come, I finally felt like I needed the editing power of a Mac. With the refresh of the iMac line last week, I jumped on it, and here I am … staring into the face of an enormous 27-inch screen. (seriously, this is almost too much screen!)
I’ve been playing with it for several hours now, teaching myself to do various things, and I have to say I finally enabled right clicking on the mouse, I just couldn’t take it any longer. I have been right-clicking on things for so many years that I just don’t know what to do without it at this point.
Of course I am not fully switching away from the Windows platform, quite the contrary actually. I may go days without turning on this Mac as it was bought for specific jobs, but it’s here when I need it.
Overall it’s not a horrible experience, although it’s taking some getting used to not having programs fill the entire screen most of the time … and learning how to save a file to where I wanted it to go took some learning. Once you get those things down though, it’s pretty quick. Now … learning the “new” keyboard shortcuts may take a bit of time …
(yes, this post done entirely on the iMac … a first for me.)